Do you know how to properly perform hip thrusts?

Here is a quick how-to video! See if you can spot the difference between the two exercises.

The first demonstration is the wrong way to do a hip thrust.

The second video is me demonstrating a proper hip thrust. 

How do you know you’re doing the hip thrust properly? Most people feel a combination of your glutes and hamstrings and or quads. If your beginner quads tend to be pretty dominated but as you progress in your strength movements, the glutes will take full attention. 

If your feeling back pain, then adjust your form. Simple adjustments can make a huge difference in the way you feel. 

 

How to Properly Do a Hip Thrusts

Position your shoulder blades on the top of the bench. Then by driving through your feet, lift your hips. Keep your weight in your feet and shoulder blades. Slowly lower back down for 1 rep.

Pin the image to save for later!

Ready to work that Booty? Try One of Our Workouts!

Glute and Hamstrings Workout

This glute and hamstring workout can be a bit challenging, but it's effective!! It can be done at home without equipment or at the gym. Today, we're doing two main strength movements and two accessory movements. Follow along with the video or read the step-by-step...

read more

Single-Leg Glute Bridge Workout to Build that Booty

Today, we're take the standard glute bridge up a notch! This single-leg glute bridge workout is more challenging that your glute bridge. It's made up of some of my favorite glute bridge variations and will have that booty burning! Single-LEg Glute Bridge Workout 3...

read more

Glute Bridge Workout – At-Home with No Equipment Needed!

Glute bridges are a must in any good glute program! This glute bridge workout is made up of some of my favorite glute bridge variations and will give you all the advantages of a standard glute bridge. Benefits of the Glute Bridge Glute bridges are great for toning and...

read more

Ready for more? Join us in the gym!

Subscribe

Stay Up To Date With The Latest Updates and Event Info